Time: Thursday 24 May 2012
Place: Palle Juul-Jensen Auditorium (DNC Auditorium)
Danish Neuroscience Center, Aarhus University Hospital, Nørrebrogade 44, 8000 Aarhus C.
|08.00 - 08.30||Registration, coffee |
|08.30 - 08.45||Karen Østergaard||Welcome, introduction|
|SESSION I: MEG-artefacts by DBS - method, analysis and results|
|08.45 - 09.30||Jyrki Mäkelä||Artefact suppression by tSSS in DBS treated PD patients and analysis of DBS modulation of evoked cortical activity|
|09.30 - 10.15||Morten Kringelbach||Application of a null-beamformer to source localisation in MEG data of DBS treated patients|
|10.15 - 10.45||Coffee, bread and fruit|
SESSION II: MEG in movement disorders and dementia - method, analysis and results
|10.45 - 11.30||Eero Pekkonen||MEG as a putative biomarker for dementia in AD and PD|
|11.30 - 12.15||Lars Timmermann||MEG identification of cortical network related to essential and PD tremor|
|12.15 - 12.25||Leg-stretching|
|12.25 - 13.10||Vladimir Litvak||Cortico-subthalamic oscillatory connectivity in Parkinson's disease |
and its modulation by movement
|13.10 - 14.00||Lunch in the DNC-restaurant|
|14.00 - 14.45||Markus Butz||Simultaneous MEG-LFP recordings in PD patients treated with DBS|
|14.45 - 15.30||Karen Østergaard
|Panel and audience discussion:|
MEG analysis of results
Elucidation of DBS mechanism by MEG
|15.30 - 16.00||Coffee, cake and fruit and visit to the Aarhus MEG laboratory|
|SESSION III: On-going MEG-studies |
|16.00 - 17.30||Katja Airaksinen
|On-going MEG-studies, short reports|
|17.30 - 18.00||Karen Østergaard||End discussion and concluding remarks|
Please, note talk titles are preliminary and subject for changes.
Registration is free for university and hospital personnel as well as scientists in the MEG or movement disorder fields and includes scientific programme, book of abstracts and coffee/lunch-breaks.
Please, register on-line here ...
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 20 May 2012
Questions and further information can be obtained by sending an email to:
Faculty of Health, Aarhus University
Aarhus University Hospital